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Postby rhythminmind » Thu Feb 07, 2013 4:28 pm

STN - MoFo Delay

Overview

*Captured from the “standard” in analog delay
*Twenty six delay programs. 60-185 BPM in 5 BPM increments.
*Dry program (Zero feedback)
*24/96
*838.34MB

Warning: Can be processor intensive depending on DAW setup. Make sure to try the demo before purchase.

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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby elam » Thu Feb 07, 2013 10:59 pm

Back!
Good to see this new release.
I was using your ADL 1500 (the last one) this afternoon with an algo.Nice & tight Eric.Thanks again for the gift!

I'm patiently waiting for the Pecker EQ version.

Good job and good luck for the future releases.
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby richie43 » Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:12 am

I have purchased nearly every one of Eric's Nebula stuff (I think I don't have only 1....lol), and I love all of them. I just tried the free demo for this and the output was very muffled, like a huge treble roll-off is applied. I tried lowering the dry signal to zero, to isolate it (to make sure I was hearing it correctly), and indeed the wet signal is extremely muffled. Is anyone else experiencing this. or is it possible that I have a corrupted download? I did raise the lfreqd as high as possible, his website said to increase it, but didn't say how much, so I am guessing. Any ideas?
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby rhythminmind » Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:21 am

This is the nature of analog BBD delay chips. This hardware starts to roll off at 1-2khz, & it's one of the fuller bandwidth BBD delays..
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby richie43 » Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:47 am

rhythminmind wrote:This is the nature of analog BBD delay chips. This hardware starts to roll off at 1-2khz, & it's one of the fuller bandwidth BBD delays..

Thanks for the quick answer Eric. I used to have one of the old Memory Man delays from Electro Harmonix, in the early 80's. I believe this was also a BBD chip (wasn't it?). I don't remember it being that muffled (of course I was a teen-ager and had a screaming guitar plugged into it, so maybe I didn't notice...lol). Like i said, I love your Nebula libraries, especially the rarer and cooler units that you sample. I was just concerned about the overall usability for me regarding this library if it is truly that muffled. I make some old-school Jamaican dub too, so I do love some grainy and dirty delays. This was just way more muffled than that. I am going to redownload and try again. I WANT to like it..... I don't want to miss out on any of your libraries......
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby rhythminmind » Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:24 am

Try it on some drum parts, If your creating Dub I'd imagine you would be all over this.
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby richie43 » Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:26 am

Yup Yup. That's why I was so confused. I re-downloaded the demo, and for some reason it sounds great now. I wish I had recorded the bad version, it was extremely alarming and just bad. Anyway, the demo sounds great, and I am already downloading my purchased version as I type this!!
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby rhythminmind » Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:46 am

elam wrote:Back!
Good to see this new release.
I was using your ADL 1500 (the last one) this afternoon with an algo.Nice & tight Eric.Thanks again for the gift!

I'm patiently waiting for the Pecker EQ version.

Good job and good luck for the future releases.


The 1500 is special indeed. Always nice to hear that it's getting quality use.
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby rhythminmind » Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:47 am

richie43 wrote:Yup Yup. That's why I was so confused. I re-downloaded the demo, and for some reason it sounds great now. I wish I had recorded the bad version, it was extremely alarming and just bad. Anyway, the demo sounds great, and I am already downloading my purchased version as I type this!!


Thats good to hear, had me scratching my head.
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Re: STN - MoFo Delay

Postby mr.tele » Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:04 am

I bought this and have found it to be very useful on a couple of mixes already. Very nice warm sound, and the bpm increments are very useful. Thanks Eric! :D
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